10 members of Beta Theta Pi charged in the death of Timothy Piazza case were arraigned on Friday at the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte. Eight others will be arraigned next week.
Incumbent alumni trustees Alice Pope and Bob Jubelirer were elected to the Board as well as newcomer and well-known Penn Stater Jay Paterno.
Julius, who did not play in the Blue-White game and said he has not been at school, first revealed his battle with the eating disorder back in October.
Here are the maximum penalties associated with the charges filed today in the Beta Theta Pi case.
After Timothy Piazza's initial fall and injuries, he fell multiple more times and fell down the stairs again in the morning.
“The Grandy Jury concludes that the death of Timothy Piazza was not a result of isolated conduct or a simple mistake (i.e. negligence). Rather, the Grand Jury concludes that Timothy Piazza died as a direct result of the extremely reckless conduct of the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity who operated within the permissive atmosphere fostered b the Pennsylvania State University Interfraternity Council,” the presentment reads.
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